An All-The-Way Mindset

When I was in the Army, I spent some time in the famed 82nd Airborne Division. As a paratrooper we had a motto of “All The Way”. It was the mindset of everyone in the division that you would go all the way and then some. So when we passed an officer, we would salute and say the phrase “All The Way” and they would reply with “Airborne”. I loved that and have kept it as my personal mantra ever since.”

“Now that I have been in real estate for almost 28 years. I have seen a lot of different real estate markets. We are in one of the most aggressive markets I have ever seen. I’ve sold real estate during times of war, the housing crisis, and all types of economies, but this is really tough. How we have managed through the pandemic and this currently wild market is focused work. We went back to the basics. We connected with people at a high level. We doubled down on our brand, our relationships, and providing high-level service.”

“At Jay Marks Real Estate we showcase a problem-solving mindset. We have done everything from arranging rides to closings to creating a virtual home buying process called We have continued to impress clients with a level of service you can’t find anywhere else. For example, one of our agents, Nina Boyd, sold five homes 100% virtually — not only coordinating a showing via FaceTime, but also doing the same with various designers and contractors so that the clients’ needs were met. Last year, the team got a call from a client who hurt his back while moving. Within an hour, our team had four people lending a helping hand.”

“A lot of realtors may have said, ‘call Ace the plumber or Mike the electrician.’ However, we coordinate repairs for them because we have always believed that each client matters, and every home matters. It can be stressful buying or selling a home. We take care of people and meet their needs privately. People matter, and we recognize that.”

Ever the community supporter, Jay’s Foodie Friday DFW and Denton County Giving video series are still going strong as well. With Foodie Friday, they’ve doubled down on encouraging people to continue to support local restaurants by dining in or ordering food for takeout or delivery — whatever is necessary to help keep businesses in motion.

“It’s been a crazy time, but we were prepared because we always go ‘All The Way’”, said Jay.

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